Could people breathe the air of Mars?

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Could people breathe on Mars? – Jack J., 7, Alexandria, Virginia

Suppose you are an astronaut who has just landed on the planet Mars. What would you need to survive?


To start, here is a short list: Water, food, shelter – and oxygen.

Oxygen is in the air we breathe here on Earth. Plants and certain types of bacteria provide it to us.

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